Department of Operations and Information Systems

The Department of Operations & Information Systems (OIS) understands it’s one thing to create complex information systems and processes, and it’s another to know how to manage them in a way that makes a business more efficient, effective, and competitive. Employees with these skills are considered invaluable assets to any company. In addition, careers in information systems and operations can be the most financially rewarding in the marketplace.

Two distinct fields of study, Information Systems and Operations & Supply Chain, are housed within the Department of Operations & Information Systems and offer several degree options.

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Information Systems

Technology is vital to the success of every business, and companies need professionals who can deploy technology to meet strategic business objectives. Focused on the intersection of business and technology,  Information Systems provides tools and training that differentiate business graduates in today’s technology market.

Undergraduate

This strong curriculum helps students acquire the tools and training to help organizations leverage technology to solve business problems, innovate, create new products, and achieve strategic objectives.

MSIS

The Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) program offers advanced specialization in security, software and systems architecture, product and process management, and business intelligence and analytics.

MSCM

The Master of Science in Cybersecurity Management (MSCM) program is designed to fulfill the growing information security needs of modern-day businesses by focusing on the management of cybersecurity.

Ph.D.

The program trains doctoral students in the application of economic theory to understanding the structure and behavior of firms and the nature of financial markets.

Operations & Supply Chain

Leading companies rely on Operations & Supply Chain professionals to create high-quality products and services while minimizing waste to reduce costs. They are ultimately responsible for running the business efficiently and profitably.

Undergraduate

This comprehensive curriculum includes courses in business statistics, project management, business processes, database fundamentals, quality management, operations strategy, and more.

Information systems faculty member